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Al Jazeera America
Nov 1, 2013 2:00pm EDT
del walters in new york city. our continued coverage of the shooting this morning at los angeles international airport. the suspect now said to be in custody. jennifer london in los angeles. jennifer what is the latest you are hearing? >> we are hearing that lax is now confirming that there have been multiple victims and the suspect is in custody. the shooting incident occurred -- [ technical difficulties ] >> -- hearing but again to reit tait what you just -- [ technical difficulties ] >> security all around there, and what looks to be like a rifle, but we don't know for sure, but this is what he is tweeting, and we want to take you to his page. earlier he wrote being told to step around bullet casings or blood as lots of evidence in the terminal. now being evacuated by police escort. police are clearing rooms as we move. he also tweeted earlier, now being evacuated, the escort identity checks being carried out. also we want to show you this image that he tweeted earlier. there looks to be a rifle being guarded by an officer. >> we still have james wedick the fbi agent on the phone. mr. wedic
Al Jazeera America
Nov 2, 2013 4:00pm EDT
taliban leader. we are learning more about the suspect and motifs about the shooter at a los angeles international airport. >> two french journalists are captured and killed in rebel held territory in mali. >> the pakistani government demanded a meeting with the u.s. ambassador to protest the drone attack that killed the leader of the taliban in pakistan. hakimullah mehsud. the pakistani government is concerned about the fallout. we go live to washington with more on this. what can you tell us? >> well, apparently the meeting between the u.s. ambassador to pakistan, robert olsen and members of the pakistani ministry took place in islamabad. the u.s. is refusing to comment if the meeting took place, and what message ambassador olsen took to the pakistanis. there's a loft anger in islamabad and across the country. we hear from the interior minister. >> the efforts have been ambushed. it was an ambush. we see it as an ambush. now, this is the situation that of course could put reviewed strains on the relationship between the u.s. and pakistan. the issue of drone strikes has been a contentious one and
Al Jazeera America
Nov 1, 2013 1:00pm EDT
of any of this information coming out of los angeles at this point. we have a map of terminal three, you say again, we're talking about frontier, virgin atlantic, what other airlines? >> jet blue, spirit air, and virgin america, virgin australia operate out of terminal three, dell. there's also reports coming in -- and we haven't independently confirmed them, but they might be evacuating terminal 2 as well. so we're waiting to hear confirmation on that. >> so we have any indication as to whether or not the terminal two evacuation, if indeed that is happening, again, this is breaking news, no nothing has been officially confirmed as of yet. there are reporters on the ground. there are police and fire officials on the ground, we know what twitter is saying, but what are you hearing about evacuation of terminal 2. >> well, the l.a. times is siting an official that says they are evacuating terminal three, and looking at evacuating terminal two. they are neighboring terminals, so the idea would be to clear the largest perimeter possible. and we're not hearing any more specifics about the
Al Jazeera America
Nov 1, 2013 11:00pm EDT
are following. >> terminal 3 chaos. this is what it looked like inside los angeles international airport after a gunman opened fire. one tsa agent was killed, several wounded and the shooting could have been worse. tonight the story from inside lax and the reaction from the suspects new jersey home town. >> targetting the taliban. this man was the most wanted in pakistan. today a u.s. drone strike killed him. more on the operation and why the c.i.a. was eager to launch this one. putting the pieces in place for high speed rail. california is moving forward with a project that will create jobs and connect los angeles and san francisco. how do you convince kids to stay in class? in alaska a school district is trying what some call bribery. we'll take a closer look. clues clues [ ♪ music ] >> across the united states over the past 24 hours there has been deadly shootings in new york, rowley north carolina, houston texas, hollywood california to name a few. when there's a shooting in a place with a lot of people and major security it will get a lot of attention. that was the case at
Al Jazeera America
Nov 2, 2013 6:00pm EDT
during the election campaign. >> los angeles international airport has completely reopened a day after a tsa employee was killed in terminal 3. the shooting put lax on lockdown, disrupting travel plans for more than 160,000. brian rooney joins us live from lax. authorities say everything is back up and running. are passengers still seeing delays? >> it's very busy here at los angeles international. a lot of people had to be rerouted. there's a clog, but all the terminals are open, including terminal 3 where the shooting was. they are sorting out the aftermath, not to speak of the luggage. >> piles of luggage were evidence of travel chaos. the airlines were reuniting passengers with their bags. amanda schroder was still wearing the clothes she travelled with. >> they had so much luggage, they didn't have time to scan it. >> family and friends mourn the lose of 39-year-old hernz r the first -- gerardo i. hernandez, the first tsa agent to die undertaining k his duty. >> he was a great guy, he was proud of his son that played football, how big his son was, and his daughter. >> the man poli
Al Jazeera America
Nov 2, 2013 3:00am EDT
] >> hello, this is al jazeera, live from doha. also - chaos at los angeles airport. passengers flee as a man opens fire at a security checkpoint. >> the pain of a former yemeni child bride - and why it's proving difficult to change attitudes in a conservative society. >> burgers, fries and a book to go - the littest attempt by mcdonald's to convince people it sells healthy foods. >> he'd been the leader of the pakistani taliban for four years, had a $5 million bounty on his head and was behind numerous attacks. he's dead. hakimullah mehsud has been killed in a suspected u.s. drone strike. we have this report from islamabad. >> it's a serious setback for the pakistani taliban. hakimullah mehsud had just finished meeting tribal leaders when the compound was struck by four missiles fired from a dran. the united states had been pursuing moousz. he was -- moousz for problem hakimullah mehsud for years. >> he was picture with a suicide bomber. the c.i.a. has his man. the pakistani government is in a difficult position. >> he was a man of great strategic military and tactical skills. we don't
Al Jazeera America
Nov 2, 2013 1:00pm EDT
learning more about the man who open fired in the los angeles international airport. >>> nsa leaker ed ward snowdon would be traveling from russia to germany. >> the pakistani government has demanded a meeting with the u.s. ambassador to protest the drone attack that killed the taliban leader halimullah mehsud. >> a struggle for power for succession. also a serious blow for pakist pakistan, and preliminary talks with the tehriki-i-taliban. the peace prospects are now out of the question, and a big blow is seen to deliver to the taliban pakistan. they will not be able to recover from this any time soon. it will be interesting to see the government of pakistan has asked the security forces to be on red alert. >> joining us now, director for the center of middle east studies at the university of denver. thank you for joining us on this topic, now the pakistan foreign office has summoned the u.s. ambassador to protest this action there are competing interests here, but the interests have to overlap for there to be any success in the region. what do you think is going to come out of this
Al Jazeera America
Nov 4, 2013 12:00pm EST
fbi looks for a motivate for the shooting at the los angeles international airport. many who knew him describe the suspect as a loaner. erica ferrari reports. >> reporter: a picture snapped of terrified passengers hiding in a bathroom stall while a gunman open fired. the suspected shooter, 23-year-old paul ciancia startinged transportation security agents. >> he made a conscious decision tto kill multiple tsa employees. >> reporter: he also shot two others, both who are recovering. the fourth victim, a passenger, was hit in the leg. moments before the attack the police say ciancia's friend dropped him off at the airport unaware of his plan. a criminal complaint filed saturday in federal court said that he had a duffle bag containing a smith and wesson assault rifle, and at least five magazine seen full of ammo as ws a letter addressed to the tsa directly. classmates were stunned at the news. >> he was always a shy guy. he kept to himself. he walked around by himself. he didn't talk to anybody at all. >> ciancia's former roommate paints a similar picture of the out of work auto mechani
Al Jazeera America
Nov 3, 2013 11:00pm EST
uncovered. >> the suspect in friday's shooting at los angeles international airport was able to answer critical questions after he was shot. law enforcement officials said paul ciancia said a friend dropped him at the airport, but he acted alone. paul ciancia killed a t.s.a. employee and four others. >> older americans are against proposals that would cut social security benefits. 60% of americans 50 and older do not want the government to change how it determines cost of living. 60% are against raising the elegibility age. and 60% say benefits should not be reduced for seniors with high n. >> what does a small california town have in common with villages in costa rica, japan, sardinia and greece? they are all blue zones, with the longest living people in the world. jennifer went to the only living blue zone in the states to find out. >> 60 miles east of los angeles you mind the see of lomalinsor. it's a university town, one of five places around the world where people live measurably longer, healthier lives. >> the day we met this man, he mowed his lawn and tended his garden. w
Al Jazeera America
Nov 1, 2013 4:00pm EDT
stories. >> a gunman shoots seven people at los angeles international airport. iraq's prime minister meets with president obama to ask for help and weapons against al-qaeda. >> so there are many more questions than answers at this hour after a gunman open fired at one of the city's busiest airport. police say several people were shot. a tsa agent was killed. the gunman was taken into custody. police believe the gunman acted alone. >> we believe at this point that there was a lone shooter, that he acted at least right now he was the only person armed in this incident. >> brian rooney joins us on the phone from los angeles international airport. give us the latest. the latest information that you have from the scree the scene. >> reporter: the biggest question right now who the shooter is. obviously officers know but they haven't told us who the shooter is. he shot his way through the screening area of the terminal and went into terminal three where there was a gun battle. they did not say how many shots might have been fired, but six people were injured and taken to the hospital. right now
Al Jazeera America
Nov 2, 2013 12:00pm EDT
about the man would open fired at los angeles international airport. >>> eric snowdon could be traveling from russia to germany. >> the pakistani government has demanded a meeting with the u.s. ambassador to protest the drone attack that killed the leader of the taliban leader in pakistan, hakimullah mehsud. >> reporter: this is seen as a major blow to taliban in pakistan may have a struggle for power in succession, and a serious blow for the government of pakistan, which was at preliminary talks. they were to arrive saturday to hold talks. so, indeed, the peace prospects are now out of the question, and of course a big blow is seen to be delivered to theter ricky taliban, they would not be able to recover from this any time soon. it will be soon to see if if they go for punitive attacks. and they are now on red alert. >> we go to the university of denver, the u.s. embassy is not commenting yet, but what do you make about the ambassador being summoned to pakistan to talk about that? what do you make of that? >> reporter: the pakistani government are upset about this assassinati
Al Jazeera America
Nov 2, 2013 6:00am EDT
the arabs that want independence from mali. >> at lam los angeles airport te police havoide have identified n that opened fire with a assault rifle. >> and who killed two members of the golden dawn party. we are live in athens for the investigation. >> our top story the pakistani taliban has named it's new leader hours after the former commander was killed in drone strikement he is khan said. he has taken over. furfursfirst this report. >> the pakistani taliban many he just finished meeting tribunal leaders when the compound was struck by four missiles fired from a drone. the united states has been pursuing masuud for years. in 2009 he was pictured by with a suicide bomberment ther. the way he was killed put pakistan in a difficult position. he was a great man of military and tactical skills. was a pass murder and he killed thousands of people. they will be pleased on another level and they will not be so pleased they was killed by a drone strike. >> as for peace talks these are meant to start on friday many it's unclear what this will mean for the group. they may retaliate by in
Al Jazeera America
Nov 12, 2013 8:00pm EST
dallas los angeles and miami under the terms of the deal. >> probably the best thing for consumers is petition. some of those smaller airlines which aren't so small, airlines like jetblue and northwest have found a way to make profits and routes that are not served by the bigger airlines. there is an opportunity for smaller airlines to move in. >> u.s. and american says their merger is the only way to compete in what is increasingly a global industry, the final settlement must be signed off by a judge. john terrett al jazeera new york. >> michael eaves is here with sports. every day this goes on it feels like more of a legal npr battle. >> now we're put in a holding pattern. one day before miami dolphins owner was about to meet with jonathan martin, come news the dolphins will postpone the meeting. asked the dolphins to reschedule their meeting until after wells meets with martin first. that's scheduled for friday in los angeles. martin left the team last friday. >>> terry francona guided cleveland to a 20-game improvement going from 68 victories in 2012 to 92 this year, earned the
Al Jazeera America
Nov 9, 2013 2:00am EST
. things are looking nice. warmer temperatures across southern areas. saturday los angeles, 74. warming up to 78 as we go towards monday and warmer on wednesday. how about sunny skies with 86. >> we are getting a lot of rain and clouds coming in from the south-west. we think the rain will stay in your forecast for the next day, with dallas seeing a high temperature of 68. clearing up as we go towards seat. most of the rain towards the south. sunday, 72. by the time we get to tuesday. look at the drop in temperatures of 58. a low texture for dallas of 32. >> to the south-east we are looking at clear skies, showers towards miami and rain will not be in the picture except for fort lawed adale. >> talks on the u.s. program continue in geneva. a us state department official says secretary of state john kerry and his iranian counterpart are making progress. diplomatic editor james bays reports from indonesia. >> smiles from the u.s. secretary of state but still no deal. a thumbs up. it is clear these talks reached a crunch face. john kerry, along with his counterparts from the u.k., france an
Al Jazeera America
Nov 20, 2013 2:00am EST
don't expect it to go far south. los angeles and palm springs, you'll be dry. nevada dry to the south, wet to the north. temperatures in los angeles - 89 on wednesday. look what happens on friday and saturday. really cooling down, down. for texas, most of the rain is going to remain here towards the south and parts of corpus christy and brownsville. for dallas a high of 70. >> nearly two weeks after typhoon haiyan struck the delivery of aid to survivorsurv we are looking at one town. >> the execution of a missouri man put on hold. why he says he should not be put to death. >> jpmorgan pays a fine. how home owners may ben fix -- may benefit. cz >>> it's been nearly two weeks since typhoon haiyan struck in the philippines, many survivors are waiting for relief. especially in towns on outlaying islands. the u.n. reports progress in tacloban, a hard-hit area. food distribution networks are in place, and everyone there has access to clean water. more than 4,000 are confirmed dead. over 18,000 were injured in the storm. doctors are trying to reach some of them. half a million homes were des
Al Jazeera America
Nov 3, 2013 11:00am EST
and lived in los angeles 18 months. unanswered are questions about where he got the gun, why he targeted t.s.a. officers and whether he was mentally stable. >> there's a host of video we are going through, we are examining that. there's a tremendous amount of evidence we are kimming. >> if convicted -- we are going through. >> if convicted paul ciancia faces the death penalty. >> not everyone is on board with the idea in kosovo. >> for the people of kosovo casting a ballot is more than determining a winner. it's the first time polls covering the entire territory has been organised by the government. it is hoped that it will smooth a path to the i-e.u. membership. a steady influx of people entered polling stations to work out who will be the next mayor. >> translation: these elections are important. it's important it is being held in the north. >> translation: we are talking about local elections. we need more young people, especially in the municipal assembly. it's important for voices to be heard. >> a short walk over the brim to the northern part of the city -- bridge to the n
Al Jazeera America
Nov 28, 2013 2:00pm EST
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ABC
Nov 4, 2013 6:30am EST
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Al Jazeera America
Nov 2, 2013 5:00am EDT
forces. >> chaos at los angeles airport - passengers flee as a man opens fire at a security checkpoint. >> and the problems of running the disputed sudanese region of abeyei, where government offices were destroyed a month after they were opened. >>> the pakistani taliban named a new leader. it's this man, khan said. his appointment coming after the death of hakimullah mehsud, killed in a suspected u.s. strike. the country is on high alert and plans for peace talks appear to have been derailed. in a moment we'll be live in islamabad. first, a report from al jazeera's correspondent. >> it is a set down for the tal pan. hakimullah mehsud had finished meeting tribe all leaders when his compound was struck by four missiles fired from a drone. the united states had been pursuing hakimullah mehsud for years. in 2009 he was pictured with a jord anan suicide bomber who killed seven c.i.a. agents at a base in afghanistan. now the c.i.a. has its man. it puts the pakistani government in a difficult position. >> he was a man of strategic military and tactical skills. we don't want to ro
Al Jazeera America
Nov 13, 2013 11:00pm EST
los angeles dodgers clayton kershaw, leading the nl or tied in the categories of era, shut outs and strike-outs. coming up in 20 minutes more on the top story. the highsman trophy contender investigated for sexual assault. >> poised to make history, a confirmation hearing and the challenges facing her. >> a cry for help from a town. people think they are being punished for being too prepared for the storm. >>> welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm john siegenthaler in new york. here is a look at the headlines - the secretary of heath and human services insists the affordable care act marketplace is working. the department's official numbers are a disappointment. the administration says fewer than 27,000 sign said up using the federal website last month. another 79,000 rolled in the 14 states that offered their own health care exchanges. >> tragedy at camp pendle tonne in southern california. four marines were killed whilst handling explosives. the cause of the accident is under investigation. the pace of relief efforts is picking up in the philippines. soldiers distributed rice an
Al Jazeera America
Nov 8, 2013 8:00pm EST
a donor heart that could go from miami to houston now can go from miami to los angeles and that could save some lives. >> is it just hearts or can they do other organs as well. >> yes. right now they are using it with lungs and the liver. they are trying to hit all of the major organs. each one is quite different. the heart is different from the lungs. the way they see the icu in the future. it's not going to be a room to if yofullof patients it's goinga room full of or gangs. gangs -- organs. >> will they have blood with it. >> yes. you need the donor blood with t. what do they cost? i'm sure they are expensive. >> they used to carry around coolers with ice. >> i believe it's around $100,000, but i will say, what is the cost of the life. >> . >> it needs a power source and iruns on batteries. >> it's a one time use and once they become commercially available the price will go down. >> what is it like to touch a beating pig's heart. >> it was amazing. one thing that stood out i'm touching the life force of an animal that is attached to a machine. it's the juxtaposition of techno
Al Jazeera America
Nov 2, 2013 9:00am EDT
child image in yemen. >>> man open fired in a crowded los angeles airport, killing a tsa official. ♪ >> the last remaining m 23 rebel fighters in the democratic republic of congo. we have more now let's go to the military base where al jazeera's malcolm webb is standing by. malcolm, it seems like this is the last stand for the rebels. tell us exactly where you are right now. >> reporter: well, i'm in a military base that originally belonged to the government, and then the rebels took it from them last year. the government took it back just a few days ago when the rebels retreated. you can see the gun behind me that rebels have to leave mind. it looks like they poured petro all ovepetrolall over it and trt it on fire, but they think they can get it going again. they think they're going to get this fixed up and fight the rebels soon. if we move the camera across to the right you can see a hill in the distance. this is one of the three hills where the last of the rebels remain and the government has been bombing them with tanks and artillery. the government has said today the final
Al Jazeera America
Nov 3, 2013 4:00pm EST
of congo. >>> murder charges have been filed against the man opening fire in los angeles airport. new details are emerging about the shooting that killed a tsa agent and wounded several others the suspect is unresponsive and unable to talk, according to the f.b.i. he was wounded in the face by police officers at the end of friday's gun battle inside lax terminal three. investigators say a note inside his bag gave insight to his frame of mind. >> he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. he addressed them at one point in the letter and stated that he wanted to, quote, instill fear into their traitorous minds. >> the f.b.i. says he shot tsa agent gerardo her and ines and went up the elevator and came down and shot him again, killing him. his widow spoke to reporters. >> he was a wonderful husband, father, brother, son, and friend. he would have been 40 next week. i am truly devastated, and we are all heart-broken and will minutes him dearly. >> the federal complaint says he used a smith and wetson assault rifle and wounded two police officers and a civilian in ad
Al Jazeera America
Nov 1, 2013 6:00pm EDT
rampage at los angeles international airport. an u.s. drone strike kills the leader of a pakistani taliban. and the prime minister of iraq asks president obama for more help in ending violence in his country. ♪ >> there are still plenty of questions after a shooting at one of the nation's busiest airports. it happened near a security check point. terminal three at los angeles international airport, one tsa agent was killed, three others were wounded. the gunman was taken into custody after a shootout. officers. the investigators say they don't think anyone else was involved. >> we believe at this point that there was a loan shooter, that he acted at least right now, he was the only person armed in this incident. >> brian rooney joins us live from los angeles international airport. brian, good to see you. if you would, bring us up to speed for the very latest. >> reporter: the airport, tony, is still mostly shutdown. occasionally a flight lands but there is none taking off. i think a passenger just passed me. there was a stream of passengers coming by on the rode way going into th
Al Jazeera America
Nov 2, 2013 11:00am EDT
duty. it ended when the gunman was shot by police. he is now in custody at a hospital in los angeles. stephanie, what more have you learned about the suspect? >> reporter: well, good morning to you, richelle. the suspect remains in critical condition. he was shot in the face by airport police officers as she tried to subdue him yesterday. we're learning more about a motivate. he had texted his brother with potential thoughts of suicide. we understand that his father called new jersey police who in turn called the lapd. they then came to his apartment, the suspects apartment here in los angeles to do a well check, and everything appeared to be okay. but now we know that thin were not okay. now we want to turn our attention to what is happening at los angeles international airport. the airport is struggling to get back to normal after this incident. when this airport was shut down for hours it caused a ripple affect and chaos. terminal three had been rerouted. many passengers had to spend the night at the airport. they essentially had nowhere to go. we talked to some of those weary travelers. the
Al Jazeera America
Nov 12, 2013 2:00pm EST
the relief efforts. that's what we are watching now. in los angeles. the fist tsa officer ever to die in the line of duty. jennifer london is at that memorial, set the tone are we seeing a sea of tsa glue? question certainly are. there are hundreds of officers here in attendance as well as members of the los angeles fire department, the los angeles police department, as well as local state and national dignitaries areny any dance here, as well, and today's public memorial is really about remembering and celebrating and honoring the life of tsa officer. as you mentioned he is the first tsa officer killed in the line of duty. the event inside is quite somber, it began with the procession of the flag, and the back drop inside the arena is honor flag, this is the same u.s. flag that was flown over ground zero? the days following the nebraska attack, and it has really come to symbolize and memorialize law enforcement officers who are killed in the line of duty. moments ago, we heard from l.a.'s mayor. and we also expect to hear remarks from attorney general eric holder. >> jennifer, what i
Al Jazeera America
Nov 13, 2013 8:00pm EST
>>> good evening, everyone. welcome to al jazeera america. i am john sigenthaler in new york. truth in numbers. enrollment for president obama's healthcare plan is far blow expectation. we are life with the figures and the fallout. one week after the flanks tsunami t relief is barely reaching survivors. the new questions about the response. plus: deal or no deal, boeing's you wouldn't mattum to the union, approve a new contract or put 20,000 jobs at risk. >>> keeping the faith without a prayer. welcome to the mega church for non-believers. they don't have religion but they do have a growing following. >>> we begin with the reality check for president obama and the affordable care act. it's not exactly welcome news. the administration estimated half a million people would have enrolled by the end of october. only one 06,000 people signed up, about one-fifth of what the white house had expected of those, nearly 80,000 signed up through state-run exchanges. fewer than 27,000 enrolled through the federal website. republicans say it's the best evidence yet that obamacare is a failure. we begin our coverage with mike viqueira at the whitehouse. mike? >> reporter: john, the white house, the administration spent weeks furiously trying to lower expectations, anticipating this released to and now, we know why. you read the figures: only one 06,000 have enrolled thus far. >> that's far short of the half a million that was expected was projected in a memo leaked by house republicans. but of that number, only -- exactly 26,784 have successfully enrolled through that federal website, the troubled website, healthcare.gov that administration officials have dubbed a debacle and disaster. 36 statements are running that website. only 14 running a state website, california, for example, enrolled 35,000 people through their website. it's the federal website that is deeply troubled. catholic cathol-- kathleen sebe rolled out these numbers. she said for those who are frustrated with the website, they should stick with it. let's listen. >> we are clearly here on the 13th of november not where we want to be. by the 30th of november, i know we have improved significantly from the point where we were. i think geoff set at one point, we were measuring like three of 10 people being able to get through. but i would urge you to try again >> reporter: john, even on that point, the administration said the website should be running smoothly by november 30th. now, they are softening expectations on that. they say it will be running smoothly for the vast majority of users, yon. >> talk politics for a moment. republicans were quick to respond to these numbers. what did they have to say? >> it's a winner for republicans. no question. just fast forward trans a few weeks ago when they were on the ropes at the end of the government shutdown. speaker of the house, john boehner calls once again for scrapping the entire system. democrats, john, are getting nervous. they are jumping on legislation that would essentially force the president to keep that promise: if you like your healthcare, you can keep it. even dianne feinstein, we talked about this last night, is on this legislation. that legislation will be up for consideration friday on the floor. the figure is 106,000 that have enrolled from october 1st to november 2nd. as we talked about, the project effected was 500,000, half a million. they are far short. >> we talked about this in the newsroom today and what to make of this number. another 975,000 people successfully applied for insurance during the first month but have yet to enroll in a specific plan. what does that mean? >> i mean that's good news/bad news. another way to look at it is only 10% of those who have successfully applied have successfully enrolled. you look at it between now and march 31st when it closes, the enrollment closes, the projected total of people who are expected to enroll, 7 million, they have a long way to go, john. >> mike viqueira at the whitehouse. mike, thank you. >>> while the white house reels from those numbers, lawmakers were grilling the gurus behind the flawed website. lisa stark has more from sthcapl hill. dar ryl issa slammed the october 1st rollout of the website? >> this was a monumental mistake, to go live and effectively explode on the launchpad >> reporter: on the other side of the aisle, democrats say republicans want nothing more than to dismantle the affordable care act known as "obamacare". >> nobody in this country believes that republicans want to fix the website. >> caught in the crossfire, two key administration technology officials, who were repeatedly questioned about why after years of work and hundreds of millions of dollars, the website was not completely tested before it went live. >> it was designed, implemented and tested to be secure. >> testifying under subpoena, todd park, the u.s. chief technology officer, the white house had insisted he was too busy trying to fix the website to come to capitol hill. parks said round-the-clock efforts are underway? >> we have work to do. we are making progress at a growing rate >> reporter: parks said healthcare.gov can handle 20 to 25 users at one time. about half where it should be. another key, security. will personal information be safe. according to the department of homeland security, there has been one unsuccessful attempted cyber attack on the site. >> would you put your information in there? >> i would have to see what the security testing and assessment has been since then before i would feel comfortable. i haven't seen it yet. so we are going to look at it. >> so the answer is: not yet, yes? >> reporter: what to do about the millions of americans getting notices that their healthcare plans have been cancelled and they must re-enroll in new coverage. the white house is promising a fix for that, as well. >> lisa stark, al jazeera, capitol hill. >> let's bring in david auerback. he is a contributor to slate magazine. welcome back, david. good to see you? >> thanks for having me. >> so let me just ask you this: how much do you think is technology responsible for the numbers we see? >> i think it's certainly for the federal numbers, it's primarily responsible as we saw the exchange literally continue even register people for a shuj -- for the majority of the month of october. and so there is no doubt that had the federal exchange been working, there would have been -- we would have seen numbers at least more come pliable to the state-run exchanges there because we know at least some of the state-run exchanges were up and running fairly well. >> it sounds like the white house is now hedging the time when they think it's going to be fixed. what has to be done? ? >> well, they seem to be going through identifying problems and making a lists and sort of prioritizing and going through. the head of the repair effort, geoff designs, has said some encouraging things. the issue is whether they will be able to fix a sufficient number of the issues by the end of this month, which i think is an aggressive and challenging date. but we didn't get a lot of information today regarding how far they have come, and i think it will be very hard to tell until the end of the month exactly -- exactly what we can expect to see. >> last, david. so for civilians, can you take a crack at what we think the problem is here technologywise? >> there is the system wasn't tested before release. so what you have now is effectively an unyon layer of problems upon problems. and the engineers who have been taken on to the -- to the project are frantically trying to fix problems so that they can uncover more problems and hopefully get to where enough of those problems are found and fixed so that the majority of yoursers can use it. geoff talked about two issues, one is scale, that the system couldn't support a large enough number of simultaneous users and second, issues of functionality, where the federal exchange was sending the wrong information to insurers listing children as multiple spouses and things like that. >> what i wanted to ask you about. does that mean that information might be at risk? >> it's very hard to say. i think a lot of the security talk has been fear, uncertainty and doubt, fud, as it's called in the software industry. republicans are looking for any excuse to say the system is dangerous and people shouldn't use it. security issues are a concern. i haven't seen anything that suggests that they are in any way a threat on the level of simply scale and functionality issues, since people weren't even able to create an account, there wasn't a lot to hack in the first couple of weeks for sure. >> david, thanks for helping us sort all of this out. we appreciate it? >> thank you for having me. >> now to the sflooenz where ph t the. 2300 dead, thousands missing. for the survivors, no end of the suffering. craig leaseon joins us from sabu with the latest. craig? >> reporter: >> at a time cards have begun to turn in sabu in the central philippines. the australians were the first to arrive yesterday on two large transporters. they brought in medical aid doctors and nurses from aus aid provided by the australian government. they headed in to set up field hospitals in laite island, the hardest hit. the problem they've got there is that they have a makeshift hospital that has been set up by doctors who live in the area. tacloban, the capitol, where most of the destruction occurred but they don't have the basic necessities to treat people, and they are getting hundreds queueing up at this hospital with everything as simple as lacerations through broken legs. they have had to give birth there. they don't have pain killers. they are doing sutures and stitching people up without any anesthetic whatsoever. they are hoping this australian relief will ease that to some degree and help enormously with the medicines they are bringing in. also, we saw planes landing from taiwan, the american forces have begun to arrive, osprey tilt-rotor aircraft from the uss george washington. they have been doing aerial recon zan to see where the worst locations are so when the united states pacific command arrives in its full force with their flotilla of ply ships and sdroirz they will know where to go firstdestroyers they will kn to go first. they are carrying the ability to distribute 400,000 gallons of water, which is most needed here right now. >> craig, what are the ongoing problems that you see going forward? >> reporter: one of the prime concerns at the moment is the whole operation, because there are still many people who are saying on the ground that they are just not getting the aid. we are seeing immigration creep -- desperation. at a warehouse yesterday, eight people were killed when a group of people stormed to try to get to the rice that was stored in that warehouse, and the philippine army reports that they engaged in a fire fight with an armed gang in the center of the town yesterday as well. further, we are hearing about banditry. we were going to go go into the bojo hiisland because it was hi by an earthquake just a month ago. and that's also been devastated. a double whammy for those people. we were warned by the navy not to go in there without an armed escort. as you can see, though, the roads have been opened. and here in sabu, life looks almost like it's returned to normal. for this town, it has. but for the other areas that are very remote, it hasn't. the debris is still around. at least now, though, they are able to start to move aid across these roads that have been cleared. but for the ngos that are doing this work, it's extremely dangerous business. many of them are taking in their own security to secure these places before they bring the aid in because ngos like the red cross have already experienced a situation where they lost all of their aid to bandits. >> craig leaseon joining us -- from the fiphilippines tonight. thank you.eson joining us -- from the philippines tonight. thank you. and the weather is a big help there in parts of the philippines. we had a tropical disturbance. that is making its way away from the philippines here in the south china sea. the problem is this system is making its way over here toward vietnam and we are going to be seeing a lot of rain out of here. flash flooding, you can see across individual nam over towards thailand, laos, cambodia, anywhere between two to five inches in some locations. isolated areas will see 5 to 8 inches. this will be a big problem. we will watch this over the next day or so. we did see a lot of rain in that area with the last. i will bring you temperatures well blow average for many locations. >>> in the united states, tragteen at camp pendleton. the military says four marines were killed this morning. it reportedly happened while clearing a range of unexploded ordnance. the cause is under investigation. eight months ago, seven marines were killed in a live fire training exercise in nevada. no case, human error was blamed. >>> a warning from secretary of state john kerry. he was on capitol hill urging senators not to impose new sanctions on iran. kerry says he needs more time to try to find a diplomatic end to the international stand objection; form over iran's nuclear capability. >> our hope is now that no new searchings would be put in place for the simple reason that if they are, it could be viewed as bad faith by our -- by the people we are negotiating with. it could destroy the ability to be able to get agreement. and it could actually wind upsetting us back in dialogue that's taken 30 years to be able to achieve. we are asking the congress to give the diplomacy they sought a chance to be able to work, a chance of a matter of weeks. >> talks with iran resume next week. if they fail, kerry says he will request more sanctions from congress. >>> christopher dickey is the mid east editor for the "daily beast." i asked him why some members of congress are pushing for more sanctions. >> you know, it's easy for the senate and for the house to look tough on iran. there is no real iranian constituency in the united stat states. nobody is going to go to their voters look we stood up for iran and nobody wants to be portrayed that were. in addition, you've got, of course, the israeli or the israeli government and its representatives in the united states pushing very hard agains israeli government and its representatives in the united states pushing very hard agai t against. and you have the sawudsaudis, m kwooiblt strongly pushing for a tougher stand on iran. in a sense, there is no percentage in backing the administration at this point. and the president is in a weak position with congress on this issue. >> the way it's portrayed in the media is that the french may have stopped any sort of deal. is that from your standpoint what happened or not? >> yeah, that is what happened. the french have become very hawkish on iran. they have a long and ugbly history deal requesting iranian terrorism, dealing with iranian threats here in paris among other places. >> after there wasn't a deal there would what might be described as a twitter war, we heard from the iranians over twitter and they were blaming -- is this the new face of it diplomacy in the world? twitter? >> it absolutely is. the iranians are very good at it. you know, jebazurif, the foreign minister of iran was putting outed very succinct tweets saying they are blaming us for this? all i know is that we came to the table and we had about 80 or 90% of this agreed and all of the sudden they came back to us and the whole agreement had been gutted. and, you know, i have said it a lot more than 140 characters but he managed it in 240 character tweets. he is very good at this. >> so is your sense that the french could block any sort of deal moving forward? >> they need consensus between the five security members and germany. secretary of state kerry is trying to put the best possible face on it. we are all close to negotiating this deal. we haveraysed these issues. there was some bracketed language the iranians didn't approve. we can bridge those gaps. we can get there. but, by throwing the spanner in the works when they did, the french created a situation where now, a weakened kerry, a weakened obama have to go back to congress not with a deal in hand where they can say here it is and here is what we are agreeing to so please don't give us any more sanctions because we are on the path toward some kind of reasonable settlement. they don't have that anymore. they are going to congress now and saying, well, we failed. >> thanks to chris dickey in paris. next, the ford followlies somehow toronto's mayor is finding a way to shock us again. what he is saying this time, coming up. plus judgment day for mob boss, whitey bulger, high drama and emotion from the courthouse. one else will ask. >> it seems like they can't agree to anything in washington no matter what. >> antonio mora, award winning and hard hitting. >> we've heard you talk about the history of suicide in your family. >> there's no status quo, just the bottom line. >> but, what about buying shares in a professional athlete? >>> he was a fugitive for years. now whitey bulger is a convicted killer. the infamous mob boss will likely spend the rest of his life in prison. he sat silent as relatives of the people he is convicted of murdering spoke out. they called him a sociopath, a terrorist, even satan. >>> toronto mayor rob ford admits he has purchased illegal drugs in the past two years. his admission came during a heated city council debate today. it's the first time ford has acknowledged buying illegal drugs. he remains de, refusing to step down from his job, after all but two of the 43 council members voted to urge him to take a leave of absencefiant, refusing step down from his job, after all but two of the 43 council members voted to urge him to take a leave of absence? >> i am not a alcoholic. i am not a drug addict. have i drank? have i done drugs? yes, i have. i am not leaving here i am going to sit here i am going attend every council, every executive meeting. i will put my record against anybody else. i am not going anywhere, councillor joe. >> todayes vote is symbolic. it does not have the authority to force the mayor from office unless he is convicted of a crime. same-sex marriage will be legal in the aloha state in less than a month. the hawaii governor signed the bill into effect. hawaii is the 15th state to legalize same-sex marriage. illinois will become the 16th when its governor signs that stated's bill next week. for supporters of same-sex marriage, hawaii's law is meaningful. it was among the first battle grounds on the issue two decades ago. ray suarez, host of "inside story" spoke with one of the women at the center of that fight. >> well, john, on "inside story" today, we began our program on same-sex marriage with an interview with nania bear. she was the first american to file a legal case for the right to marry her partner. that was way back in 1991. i started by asking her whether lawyers were ready to take on her case and whether they were encouraged about the prospects for success. >> no. we were not very sophisticated. this was not part of any kind of, you know organized effort to find plaintiffs and go forward. we were in love. we wanted to get married. we applied for a license. and at that time, there was no organization, gay or otherwise, that was willing to represent us. the aclu did submit friend of the court briefs. they were the first group on board but we went dan foley, a wonderful constitutional lawyer who was in private practice and he will always be a hero to me. >> it's important, john, to points out that nania bear and her partner won the case, but the legislature in hawaii was so spooked by the prospect of making that state the first one in the nation to allow gay marriage that they passed a law to block the institution taking hold in hawaii. over the years, nania bear says the nature of the struggle changed, and gay people changed. when she began the suit, many gay people said, marriage? why? now, they consider themselves allies in the fight to save the institution. john? >> she started this fight such a long time ago, the early'90s. public opinion obviously changed quite a bit. what were thoughts on watching all this happen over the years? >> they said that when people came forward, there were a lot of people coming out. a lot of americans who didn't realize they knew gay people and had them in their lives as workmates, as family members, started to see that gay people were all around them. and the numbers bear that out. repeated surveys have found that you are more likely to support gay civil rights if you know a gay person well. and now, more americans know that they do. >> you can watch ray suarez on insi "inside story" weekdays at 5:00 p.m. eastern, 2:00 pacific time. >> mike lees is here with sports. >> the pressure of a nation was on a national team with the possibility of missing out on its first world cup since 1990, mexico hosted a crucial world cup qualifier today against new zealand, and mexico more than rose to the occasion as they routed new zealand 5 to 1. the blowout puts mexico in a commanding position going into next week's match-up, as a team with the most total golds in the two games advances to the world cup next summer in brazil. in baseball, detroit tigers mitcher matt scherzer was the cy young readf winner. in the national league, the winner is los angeles dodgers pitcher clayton kershaw who led the n.l. or tied in era shutouts and strike-outs. he also posted a 16 and 9 record this season. >>> finally, miami heateric polster is partnering to help the philippines. he was supposed to release a public service announcement and the heat organization is also donating at least $1 million to the recovery effort. coming up a little bit later, we will talk to a former n.f.l. player about his violent experience in n.f.l. hazing and he says what happened in miami pales in comparison to what happened to him in new orleans. >> a pledge from president obama coming up, a promise he is making to native americans and what they are saying in return, plus jobs in a jumbo jet. the union vote that could send production of boeing 777 from here to japan. power of the people until we restore ou >>> a number of people who have enrolled until health insurance through the affordable care act is just a fraction of what the obama administration expected. white house officials say a little more than 106,000 people signed up within the first month of open enrollment and fewer than 27,000 people used the federal healthcare website to enroll. secretary of state john kerry was on capitol hill today urging senators not to impose new sanctions on ravin. during the closed-door meeting, kerry asked for more time to pursue diplomatic process. he says new sanctions might jeopardize the progress. >>> no end to the suffering from last week's typhoon. the death toll stands at 2300. thousands are missing. the humanitarian crisis is growing. rescue and aid workers still trying to get clean water and food to isolated regions. wayne hey reports. another major crisis could be brewing. >> there are so many casualties in tacloban, the mainly hospital has no time to deal with the dead. some patients are outside while tired doctors and nurses take a rare break in the fresh air. most have been working long hours since the typhoon struck. >> inside, there is no electricity. it's extremely hot. the storm destroyed its main power generator. >> the ground floor was blofloo, so we had to bring the present patients on the second floor. but the roof are all destroyed. when it rains, it leaks. but it's the only available space to keep the patient dry and safe. >> a small donated generators is enough to power one light bulb in the operating theater, which is in desperate need of a cleaning. more drugs like tetanus shots are also needed to treat the variety of injuries suffered during and since the typhoon. despite the many challenges, the hospital hasn't stopped taking patients. >> all things considered, this small hospital is coping well. but the health situation could be about to get a lot worse. in many areas a clean-up is far from beginning. debris lines the streets and, in some cases, the only plates for a wash is the water in the harbor which is now more polluted than ever. adding to that problem, the many bodies still floating in the ocean. proper search missions to find the missing have only just started. >> survivors aren't getting the basic needs to stay healthy like food and water. >> for the next week, we are expecting influx of patients with typhoon-related diseases like diarrhea, pneumonia. >> with the pain and misery, though, there are some good stories. babies born in the aftermath of hiayan are crammed into the hospital's chapel which has been transformed into a nursery. exhausted mothers and fathers reflect on their or deal of living through the storm. >> we are glad to be alive... >> but survive, they did. and a few days later, baby josephina was born. al jazeera tacloban. >> survivors in the philippines still facing many challenges, including shortages of food and water and the growing risk of disease and doctor ron waldman is the president of doctors of the world, which has a medical team now stationed in sabu. dr. waldman joins us tonight from washington. welcome, doctor. >> thank you. >> what is your team telling you about what's going on, on the ground? >> pretty much what you just described. it's very difficult under the current circumstances to get supplies and needed medicines into the affected areas. but slowly, that's happening, as things open up and the logistics teams make sure that the roads are clear, the airports are open. these things do take time. but i think over the next few days, the tide will turn and relief supplies should come pouring in. the degree of suffering, as we just heard, is enormous. this is a tragedy of major proportion. and an tra cpa ordinary of assistance is needed. hopefully, it will get there on time to save lives. >> what are the long-term problems, the health problems for the people there? >> so the immediate problems are also health problems, but they can be dealt with to a large extent without relying on medicines and hospitals. people need food. people need clean water, sanitation facilities and sheltered. all of those things constitute preventive medicine to stem the incidence of disease. when those things are taken care of, other issues become priority of all of the buildings that were knocked down, health facilities and hospitals are amongst them. and so they need to be recon stittuted. the medicines that have been lost need to be replaced. peep with pre-existing conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, they need to get back on their medical care in order to survive. down the road, we are going to see that many people is who have been affected by this catastrophfee will have been traumatized things like psycho/social mental healthcare will come into play. it will be months before things are destroyed to a semblance of normalacy. >> what about infectious disease? >> you know, infectious disease are frequently talked about, but the fact of the matter is that history has taught us that in the wake of natural disasters such as this one, large scale epdemmics of infectious disease rarely occur. there will be infectious diseases such as diarrhea, pneumonia, but these are the normal conditions that affect a population in this area. and this is a time of year when those diseases tend to be at their peek incidents in any case. so we are hoping we will set up and my organization will participate in the implementation of a health insurance system that will allow us to detect outbreaks of this condition as quickly as possible and respond to them but, hopefully, in terms of communecable diseases at least, we won't have too much of an excess of them but rather, just the normal occurrence as happens every year. >> doctor waldman, it's good to talk with you, and good luck with your troop that's on the ground. thanks very much. >> well, chances of congress reaching a deal on immigration reform are growing dimmer by the day. speaker of the house, john boehner says the house will not negotiate over reform measure passed by the senate months ago. that legislation would provide a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. boehner would not say when the house might take up any piecemeal immigration reform measures reported being considered by some republican law makesers. president obama met with native american leaders in washington today. he also promise today make his first trip as president to indian tribal land next year. a visit that would be an important step. libby casey had that story. ♪ >> thousands of tribunal leaders came from as far away as alaska and heifer hi hoping not just to be talked to but to be heard. thomas christian is a tribal executive board member for the fort peck reservation in montana . >> a lot don't know how we live. in third-world conditions. as a tribal leader, i wish to address those things. >> christian says washington poles and outdated regulations often stand in the way of mechanic's 5.2 million american indians and alaska natives, 29% live in poverty, nearly double the national rate. president obama pledged to keep working to improve the lives of american indians. >> we've got to keefe our covenant strong by extending opportunity for native americans. we have created jobs building new roads and high speed internet to connect more of your community did to the broader economy. we have made major investments in job training and tribal colleges and universities, but the fact remains native americans face poverty rates that are higher by far than the national average. >> that's more than a statistic. >> that's a moral call to action. we've got to do better. >> even though the obama administration has spent five years trying to support indian country, the across the board budget cuts known as see quick trace hit tribes in painful ways. they left plans like medicare and medicaid but a major oversight t didn't exempt helping american indians. >> for indian country, these cuts mean 3,000 fewer in-patient admissions. and unconscionabley 800,000 fewer out-patient visits for ihs visits, 804,000 trips that should be to the doctor or to see a nurse or to keep people healthvy been cut. we need your help to talk to congress. it's congress who has to take action on a realistic budget, getting rid of sequestration and preventing the next round of arbitrary cuts from having a potentially devastating impact. >> rose bud sioux saysa the u.s. government cannot shirk its responsibility to tribes. >> sequester should not affect indian country. we should be fully funded at all times. we are the first people of this land. >> harder than proving the relationship with american indians, the past mistakes? >> today we declare we must never forget. we must never deny the injustice that for decades upon decades was inflicted on native peoples. we affirm that this painful past has informed and given rise rise to self determination. >> unless congress improves the funding picture for indian current tree in the 506 federally recognized tribes, all of the plans for cooperation in turn into further broken promises. libby cassey, al jazeera, washington. >>> in washington state tonight, a union vote with far-reaching consequences. boeing has an offer on the table for machinists, about cutting pensions and other benefits. it's also about where the next generation of jumbo jets will be built and whether jobs stay in the community. al shoveler is outside machinist union headquarters. alan, machinists are being asked to give up some things. what do they get in return? >> john, they would get stability, security and a g guarantee of thousands of good jobs for decades to come. the company is basically saying, vote yes and we will build the triple 7 x and its huge composite wing in the seattle area. vote no, we will put it up forbid and likely take it out of state. >> boeing machinists rally outside the massive effort effort plan leaving no doubt how they view the offer? >> i am telling you right now, this contract stinks. >> speaker after speaker echoing their union leader who has den agesed the boeing bill. ? >> this is going to kill everything we ever for the for. you can kiss your union goodbye. vote no. >> it would replace the current system with a 401(k) plan. new hires would take longer to reach the highest pay scale. health insurance costs would go up. pay raises would be 1% every two years on top of cost of living increases. boeing says that would be enough to ensure the new 777x would be built here and they are swe sweetening with a 4,000 dollar signing bonus for every machinist. there is political pressure and momentum for a yes, vote. >> with this signature, the 777 x is ready for take off and we are signing 5952. >> a special legislative session called by governor jayencelie produced tax incentives for the state's largest private employer. >> tax breaks extending out. are you happy? >> yes because i think we came up with a bi-partisan rock solid confident certain foundation for aerospace in our state. >> boeing wants labor peace and lock term stability to avoid disruptions that hampered the dream liner production. >> this is not only a manufacturing decision. it's an economic decision. we are going to have to pump a lot of capital here if we are going to stay here to build these buildings and put in this place. >> that's a long priest process. >> aviation consultant scott hamilton says boeing does have options and a threat to build elsewhere is real. this critically important and emotionally charged vote could be close? >> my gut feel is that the threat of losing these jobs, these works, will trump the anger over the give-backs in the contract. i think this will pass narrowly. >> this is not the a normal neg oceanation. the machinists have a contract for another three years. they can't strike in that time. their most powerful tool in any negotiation, they just don't have with them right now. they have to vote yes or no. mosh people until union hall. we should have voting completed in about 15 minutes. vote counts another three hours after that. john? >> it could have a big impact on the seattle area as well as those workers. thanks very much, allen. let's head to washington, d.c. adam may is in for joie chen telling us what's coming up on "america tonight." "hi, john. good evening. on america tonight, an exclusive television interview. we go behind bars in illinois for the second installment of our series: crime and punishment. we immediate adolfo davis. we revisit the year he was convicted of a double homicide for simply being part of a group responsible on the 14, he was tried as an adult and sentenced to life without parole, a harsh punishment, part of the juvenile life without parole law. despite a supreme court ruling that such sentence did were unconstitutional when mandatory, there are still about 2500 people serving life for crimes they committed when they were children. in our exclusive interview, adolpho tells us about his new focus, getting out and helping change this policy all together. >> i see people walk out of here every day. i look at the news. there is people across this country get out of prison every day. i ammi always going to have hop my day will come. i have to stay focused on that. >> "america tonight" with that report. that the and more. the world's oldest dj at the top of the hour coming up on america tonight. john? >> thanks. we will see you then. coming up, without a prayer, a sanctuary for atheists and for non-believers. there is plenty to believe in. and in sports, bullying in the n.f.l., a former player speaks out about the haying in the league. al jazeera america - a new voice in american journalism - >> introduces america tonight. >> in egypt, police fired teargas at supporters of the ... >> a fresh take on the stories that connect to you. 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[[voiceover]] we spent time with some members of the gangster disciples. >> an escape from the expected. >> i'm a cancer survivor. not only cancer, but brain cancer. america tonight next on al jazeera america >>> a celebration of life that started in a london public is exploding in major cities around the world. it just hit the big-time in hollywood but the founders won't be thanking god any time soon for their success. jennifer london explains >> reporter: >> hello. >> reporter: sanderson jones a and pippa evans, are on a world tour in the u.s. >> twitter was chiefly invented for people you don't know to tell you, you suck. >> they are not just here to spread laughter. they are here, they say, to change the world. we would like to make the world as good as it can be. >> welcome to the world's ath yet mega church. >> we are a godless congregation that celebrates being alive. >> the first sunday assembly was held in north london in 2012. >> we thought a few people would like it, and then it turns out that there are millions of people across the world. >> fast forward eleven months and the economic preaching duo have turned to crowd fund to go raise money and are racing through 40 cities in north america and australia launching local chapters for thousands of godless fearing people. los angeles recently hosted its first sunday assembly service. >> what we have done is take all of the best bits out of church and get rid of the god bit. >> that means creating a community with a focus on good and gratitude. >> when people sing together, dance together, laugh together, it's a wonderful experience and shouldn't be monopolized by religion. >> religion is out but there is no escaping the search-like feel of the service, singing, dancing, reflecting, donating, and, of course, the founder, himself. >> if you think jones looks familiar, even he admits he has heard plenty of jesus jokes. but he says he had the beard first, not before jesus but before sunday assembly. >> he can't really do anything about it, jennifer. >> that's his face. >> all humor aside. if they make a church movement, it comes at a time when according to the pew research center, 20% of americans say they have no religious affiliation, an increase of 15% in the last five years. >> i think those people need community support as much as anybody else. >> so, father james hef. it says by picking and closing the best bits from church, sunday assembly followers might end up with all flash and no substance. >> if they by their own choice automatically exclude any possibility of something beyond just forming community, i think that they are probably missing out on something very profound. >> back at sunday service, it's clear jones and evans know how to get the party started. whether they know how to launch a lasting atheist mega church movement ult mayly depends upon non-believers choosing to believe. jennifer london, al jazeera, los angeles. >>. >> my lees is back with sports and new information about hazing. >> in the deep locker room culture for some fans has been startling what they have found out from the time allegations that richie incognito verbally threatened jonathan martin, fans began to learn some of the dark secrets a culture that involves accepted and sometimes encouraged acts of violence. joining me is cam cleveland, a 7-year veteran who experienced the violent side of hazing. appreciate you joining us tonight. >> thank you for having me on. >> as a rookie with the saints, you were forced to run the gauntl gauntlet. what exactly is a gauntlet? >> at that time, a right of package, carry pads or things that were basic there had been a tradition for a gauntlet. they woke us up about 1:00 o'clock in the morning and at the end of training camp, you always kind of celebrate your breaking camp the third floor was the rookie section. if you didn't want to go to the gauntlet, they found a way to get you out, trashed your room, opened doors, threw water, did what they could to get you out. then lined the hallway. it's about a 6 foot wide hallway, and each guy took a shot at you as you ran down this so-called gauntlet. now, they actually put a pillow case on your head and each guide just got the ever living stuff beat out of them. at the end of it, there was one of the players had been collecting coins all day and what he did was he whacked you somewhere on your body upside with a sack full of coins. and at that point, when i had gone through, third or fourth threw, got hit got hit across the head, fractured my eye socket. i lost vision in my eye, partial detand ret in, fractures nose. one of those situations where you would like to forget about it. at the time, it was kind of the norm. i wasn't just hurting the most. it was we had guys that went through a window, slit his artery open, hurt knees, broke noses. it was a pretty violent episode. you were a pretty big guy. why didn't you punch a guy nat face and say i am not doing this or at the least say coach, i don't want do go down this thing? you trust teammates as leaders. we are not stupid guys. these are supposedly our friends. sometimes friends do dum stuff. i was being initiated into this organization. thrn paying me revenue to play this game. and i wanted to be accepted into this group. and you do what you do. if your teammates are part of this, you know, maybe i thought at the time this is what it is, this is what the n.f.l. is supposed to be like, did i like it, no. >> and second-off, there were quite a few guys up there and i had a philosophy i treat people how i want to be treated. i didn't want to stoop to the level of fighting of all of that stuff. i wanted to get it over with and done and move on with my career. >> did you ever go to tour coaches about it? >> i really didn't have to go to the coaches because at the time, it got announced the next day, coach ditka found out about it. it took a pretty good media spin. so the n.f.l. investigated only a day on this. it was very small investigation, but it made quite a bit of awareness to a lot of different things that something like that type of violence was unacceptable. >> do you think the n.f.l. could ever rid the league of hazing? >> you know, i don't think you can ever rid society of hazing of some sort. i don't believe i probably have the best answer for it. it's something that's going to happen. there is a lot of alpha males in there. it's a violent, aggressive sport. there are rites of package, things that need to be done and teammates. you might see the n.f.l. get to the point like any other corporate atmosphere where you are going to have an hr department or you are going to have leaders built into your team that are going to be a lot more aware of this now and guys are going to not be afraid to talk to them or stand up or say, hey, maybe this is enough. and it may be this needed to be brought to light and should be done. >> clem cleveland, seven years in the n.f.l., plainlied with the saints as well as the rams and a short teammate of richie incognito. appreciate you sharing your experience. >> not a problem. >> jong, again, for fans to hear that, these are your teammates. you will have to go through this gauntlet of violence which included getting wiped upside the
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in los angeles. >> a farmer in kenya, a weaver in guatemala, and a small business owner in hollywood, california, might seem as different as the countries they live in, but they are connected with a dream and financing. >> i was able to get a loan of 15k, which is a lot of money for me. but at the time, i had this $15,000 microloan, and i had some of my own money, and i felt like i had enough. >> enough for michael elliot, a former screen writer, to have hammer and nail. don't call it a salon, just for guys. michael knew he had a unique business plan, but when he asked for a small business loan from his bank, the answer was no. >> there are so many people who could be doing big things. >> in fact, seven out of ten small business loan applications are denied by banks. >> making a loan is a huge amount of cost. and banks are not set up to minimize those costs in a way that would make it feas feasible. >> michael elliot ended up finding a financial friend at vedc, a non-profit specializing in microfinancing. loans of $50,000 or less. >> it closes the gap between opportunity an
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Nov 28, 2013 6:00pm EST
really going to be down towards the south-west. you wouldn't expect los angeles to deal with rain, but there is an area of low pressure off the post, spinning. you can see the clouds bringing the rain in. unfortunately on friday it will continue. 71 degrees. temperatures rising and conditions getting better. the north-west is dealing with problems as well, rain is coming into play. not showing it now. it will get heavy i don't remember, friday, saturday and sunday, which is a busy day to fly as well. seattle a rainy day. getting better. for the rest of the country you are looking nice. new york's temperatures coming up. a few more mornings below freezing. we don't have rain on the ground. that's not a problem. it's not going get icy. we see temperatures back to normal next week. chicago cool. 18 degrees tomorrow. that's the weather. >>> you are watching al jazeera america live from new york city. i'm john than betz with tonight's headlines. seven mine fors were sentenced to prison in egypt for protesting. >>> vice president biden is heading to china next week this in the midst of terri
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Nov 11, 2013 4:00pm EST
service started this past weekend in new york and los angeles. amazon says it hopes to have sunday delivery in many parts of the u.s. by early next year. >>> is the desktop become a shopping dinosaur? online sales from pcs rose 13% in the third quarter. that is down from 16% in the previous three months, meantime mobile e-commerce sales jumped 27%. come score says internet devices account for more percentage of online purchases. zak's investment services thank you for being on the program. >> thanks tony. >> we have seen record highs and today a couple of days last week as well, is this a sign that people think the economy is actually pretty good? >> you know, this is very -- it's a question, it's more philosophical than anything. i always get a kick out of the analysts that come on and quote a bunch of numbers. you can't compare now to any time in the past. a lot of people say this economic recovery has been abusy plal, but i think rks -- abysmal. but they are up 4% year over year. revenues which means sales are increasing, but you know what tony at the end of the day when you sor
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Nov 3, 2013 8:00pm EST
learning more about the. los angeles international shooting. paul ciancia. he mentioned killing tsa agents and how easy it is to get a gun. a tsa officer was killed and four others were hurt in that rarampage. paul ciancia has been charged with murder and could face the death penalty. >> the leader of the m-23 rebels declared a ceasefire. as they retreat the troops are finding mass graves chess t cloe uganda border. the fighting is not yet over. >> this patch of bush next to a former m-23 rebel base looks like any other in eastern congo. something more sinister lies within. this seale sowed soldier leads n that was buried in a shallow grave. he died recently and the smell is unpleasant. hhe died with his arms tied behind his back and his legs tied. it looks like he was executed. are there were four more bodies visible in this hole. before heavy rain buried them in mud. there are many more in the surrounding bush. it looks like he was executed. nearby soldiers in villages say there were four more body visible in this hole before heavy rain buried them in mud. and they say there are m
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microlending right here in los angeles, home of the largest number of small businesses in the country. so far they have loaned more than $400,000 to 63 entrepreneurs. >> overall, small business play a tremendous role with job creation, as well as just holding onto the entrepreneurial spirit that gives really light to the american dream. >> like i'm driving down melrose avenue, and one of those businesses is mine! and i'm 46 years old. and i'm getting a second chance at a new dream. >> a small business funded by a small loan can mean a big difference for thousands of entrepreneurs around the world. >> life-changing. >> and right here at home. jennifer london, al jazeera, los angeles. >> it's official this time to say good-bye to blockbuster. owners dish network is closing the last 300 stores and laying off workers. a dramatic end of a company that was once valued at $45 billion. the business couldn't compete with online rivals netflix and amazon. >>> all right jessica's back with sports and this story just keeps going, dripping dripping dripping more information every day. >> absolutely with t
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Nov 8, 2013 11:00pm EST
of los angeles, now when he said he would mead, allegations next week in l.a. nfl news, denver broncos head coach, has been in the mid of cardiac surgery. no time for his return. charlotte's bobcats, are not saying when clifford will return to the game. are coming up a little bit later in sports we'll talk more about incognito and tonight's action in the nba. >> is it really in the best interest, i'm ask are former u.s. security advisor. and to contact the centers and the luzon >> no power, no communications. at least 100 people are confirmed dead. that number is going to grow. more than 200,000 jobs created in october, despite fears that the government shutdown would damage the economy. the unemployment rate ticked up to 7.3%. >> i want to emphasize there is not an agreement at this time. but the p-5 is work hard. >> iran says the talks have been productive so far. russia is expected to join the talks tomorrow but no deal yet. as negotiations come down to the wire, i spoke to dr. disg dg brzezinski. there has been some indirect dialogue between the u.s. and iran, between our a
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Nov 11, 2013 11:00pm EST
help any way they can. a filipino grocery store in los angeles taking donations. residents from a filipino community are donating food and even their own clothes to family members struggling with the storm's aftermath. >> clothes shoes and a lot of you know cans and also noodles. easy to eat. >> the relief effort is only the beginning of a long road to recovery. juan carlos molina al jazeera. >> to find out how you can help the victims log onto our website, aljazeera.com click on the typhoon haiyan tab and you'll find a lot of resource he on the right side of the page. >>> heavy thunderstorms dumping more rain on the philippines. kevin corriveau, are kevin. >> if we are going to see anything bigger but this is going to stay as a tropical disturbance. pushing over the central part of the philippines. what it's going to do once it guess into the south china sea, it will develop into a tropical storm but we'll watch this carefully. rescue and relief efforts that's going to make some issues there. for haiyan well, that is now gone. notice the clouds right there over parts of china mov
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Nov 4, 2013 2:00pm EST
los angeles, you'll find the small city of loma indians live. loma. where people live measurably longer lives. >> i'm now 99 years old. >> the day we met ellsworth warren we found him tending his garden. what's more remarkable, just four years ago he retired from a long successful life as a heart surgeon. >> i could do heart surgery right now. >> then we found 84-year-old jim warren exercising in the pool. >> 77-year-old began taking exercise. >> there are times you can't move another foot. and then you stop and say oh yes ircan and i keep moving. >> ellsworth, jim and ida aren't just extremely active seniors, they're seventh day adventists, that celebrate the seventh day saturday as a day of rest. practice rigorous exercise at any age. they also encourage eating a plant based diet with plenty of nuts, seeds, grains and beans. and then there's the focus on a day of rest. each week, church members observe the sa sabbath from sunn on friday to sunrise on sunday. >> it gives me a time when i can think on spiritual things. now if there is such a thing as eternal life, that is worth t
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Nov 22, 2013 2:00am EST
across parts of phoenix and los angeles, yes, friday and saturday. the rain will be with you as well. as we go to the weekends things are looking better. texas, that is the big problem that we expect to see here on friday. the system coming into play will bring a mix of weather. highway 20 and 40 - that will be tricky, and you need to be aware of what is happening across the area. we expect to see freezing rain or sleet depending on what the temperature will be like. houston - you'll see the frontal boundary pushing through. watch what happens to that temperature. a long-term forecast for next wednesday. a busy travel day. we think it will be the south-east that will see most of the problems. >> a chilly discovery in england. police discover three women held against their will in a home for 30 years. an accidental landing a coringo plane touches down at the wrong airport. how they got the plane off a short runway. and the video game wars heat up as microsoft's xbox console hits stores in time for the holiday shopping season. >>. >>> police in britain are reporting a new case of modern-da
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Nov 30, 2013 11:00am EST
. if you're traveling in the seattle area you'll run into rain. we had rain in los angeles yesterday. mostly cloudy here today but the clouds will be breaking up, and you'll see plenty of sunshine as we track into tomorrow. richelle. back to you. >> back to auburn for the iron bowl. it doesn't get much bigger than that, does it, michael? >> reporter: yeah, bragging rights for a year on the line here in alabama. we'll tell i couldn't this year's game is so significant. >> welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm richelle carey. let's take a look at today's headlines. syria's war has created a growing humanitarian crisis in the middle east. 2.2 million people have fled syria and taken refugee in other countries. half of them are children. >>> one person has died in protest in thailand. three others injured after gunshots went off in clashes between pro and anti government demonstrators. and today is the obama administration's deadline to fix the healthcare.gov website problems. the goal is for the site to handle 50,000 users at one time. >>> it's one of the biggest college football game
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Nov 12, 2013 2:00am EST
. the postal service will deliver on sundays in the los angeles and new york areas. the struggling postal service lost $16 billion and hopes the new partnership will help the bottom line. >> throughout history 43 million americans served in the military during war time. about half of them are still alive. of the more than 21 million living, 1.5 million are women. that's 8%. nearly 2 million veterans are 35 years old and younger. 9.6 million are over the age of 65. a vietnam veteran is dedicating his time and talent to families of fallen soldiers. michael began the fallen heroes project. thousands of portraits later his mission of healing communities continues. >> he's a talented artist by the name of michael regan, the creative force behind the "fallen heroes", a nonprofit helping out the families of soldiers that paid the ultimate price. it's work he loves, to which he's committed, and it helps him. 10 hours a day michael regan draws. >> as long as people need the portraits and i am able to draw then, i will do them. >> it has brought his soul back. >> i draw dead soldiers, men an
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Nov 21, 2013 2:00am EST
be a potential. now, los angeles, unfortunately the rain will continue, thursday, friday, easing on saturday. we think you'll resurrect some of your weekend on sunday. high temperatures of 74. showers were a problem across the north of texas and oklahoma. down to the south not too bad. light over the next 24 hours. high temperatures not looking too bad at 74, san antonio 80. houston - that's where the rain will be. low temperatures friday to saturday. dropping to 55. >> a problem-plagued federal healthcare website is hurting the approval ratings of barack obama and his party. we go to rome georgia where tea party candidates are using the troubled healthcare.gov to get votes. >> in rome georgia political chatter about what is happening as familiar as the sudden charm of main street. >> 90% of people up there don't have a clue what's going on in the united states. >> rome is home to conservative republican tom graves, one of the architects who wish to repeal obamacare. he can find plenty of supporters in rome who blame the president for the problems. >> there'll be people who will opp
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. eric holder is along those expected to attend. the public service will be held in los angeles. police say several other people were wounded when the gunman opened fire. the shooter is still in the hospital after being wounded by police. >>> garbage piling up in the streets of madrid. 6,000 garbage workers walking off the job more than a week ago. >> start with one issue education... gun control... the gap between rich and poor... job creation... climate change... tax cuts... the economy... iran... healthcare... it goes on and on... ad guests on all sides of the debate. and a host willing to ask the tough questions and you'll get... the inside story theses are strait forward conversations, no agenda, just hard hitting debate on the issues that matter to you ray suarez hosts inside story only on al jazeera america ♪ >>> welcome back to al jazeera, i'm del walters. here is a look at today's top business news. it has been a quiet start to trading on wall street. right now the blue chips are down some 25 points. investors taking a bit of a breather today after those two consecutive recor
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arrests in los angeles recently. there is probably no end in sight to these wal-mart protests. del ? >> tomorrow is the government's self-imposed deadline to fix healthcare.gov, the white house promising it would be problem free by november 30th. time and time again, the deadline have come and gone. there have been so many glitches, some are once again calling for the affordable care act, itself to be scrapped. those exchanges had a rocky start when they opened back on october 1st, just 106,000 people signing up for coverage that month. the policies kicking in on january 1st, the administration now estimating 7 million people will sign up by the end of march. so that is when the enrollment period ends. >>> china dispatched fighter jets to patrol the air defense zone over the east china sea, calling it a defensive measure after the u.s., japan and south korea defied the claim by flying planes through that zone. still ahead, the fate of 2 million syrian children living in refugee examples and a new route of clark between protesters in egypt. >> watch the stream. >> watch the stream.
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Nov 28, 2013 11:00am EST
a few days ago, 54 in dallas, 57 in san antonio and a gorgeous day in los angeles with their high of 71. >> lila, thank you very much. a very gnosh is in short supply. what's behind the shortage of knishes? why the popular word, knishes, why it may be back soon. we are going to leave you with the situation down if 'til delphia where they are distancing in the streets. >> thanksgiving and hanukkah coinciding. one jewish delicacy is hard to find, seems to be a shortage of knishes. the streets of new york to investigate: >> reporter: we have suffered shortages around here in the past. >> on september 24th, when the world's largest knish producer lost its key machine. >> it has created a shortage of this square fried version of the potato delicacy. >> uh-huh. >> there is one shear fire way to cause a media firestorm in new york, deprive us of a cherished local delicacy, once ordered by the dozens and sold in street carts, the square knish is more elusive in manhattan than peace and quiet. >> can i get a knish. >> to be honest, i have never actually eaten a knish. i enlisted laura sottor
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Nov 10, 2013 12:00pm EST
could see a shower or two in to the an los angeles at that area. the but right here is where we are watching for much colder air to sink southward in behind the cold front making its way south ward out of canada. continuing to work eights way down across the country and that cold air going to make its way all the say south ward by the time we get in to the middle of the week. tuesday atlanta you'll feel the cold air spilling in and then by wednesday even parts of central florida will see high temperatures only in the 50s and 60s. now, here is a look at the week ahead around new york city, for our sunday temperatures right around 60 degrees. so not bad. by monday we'll drop in to the mid 50s, we have a cold front moving through but it's a much stronger cold front moving in and dropping our temperatures down to the low 40s, for afternoon highs tuesday and wednesdays. winds advisories around the lakes today. winds could gust 40 to 50 miles per hour. further north it's the snow that they are watching for across northern areas of maine, that's where we could pick up two to five-inches of
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Nov 4, 2013 11:00am EST
former roommate recently moved to los angeles from a small new jersey town. >> i didn't have issues with him or anything. he was a really nice guy. a bit loner, introvert but i would never expect him to do something like this. >> reporter: the police chief is speaking on behalf of the suspect's family. >> we don't know what happened in l.a. we don't know and they don't well know either. they want to turn the stones over and try to find out. it's very emotional for the whole family. >> reporter: the fbi said ciancia had no previous record, and it's not clear why he targeted tsa officers. but authorities say he was ready to die in the attack. erica er ferrari, al jazeera. >> authorities say that he illegally bought his memories l.a. >>> in the deadly mall attack in kenya, four suspects accused of entering the country illegally. they werillegally. the al-qaeda-linked group al-shabaagroupal-shabab claiming responsibility for the attack. >>> reporters were interviewing a leader of the rebel group in mali, that's when they were abducted. >>> former republican presidential candidate saying he's
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Nov 3, 2013 2:00am EST
inside terminal 3 at los angeles international airport. details emerged about the shooting that left one t.s.a. dead and others wounded. police say paul ciancia was dropped off by someone at lax before opening his bag, whipping out an assault rifle and shot gerardo i. hernandez at pointblank range. witnesses say sooens -- sooens walk said away -- paul ciancia walked away only to return and shot gerardo i. hernandez again. he left a note saying he was targeting security screeners. brian rooney has more from lax. >> we learnt a few more details. there is surveillance video of the internet - although it has not been released publicly. the fbi made a call for general video that people may have made inside the terminal. in the meantime paul ciancia faces charges that could bring him the death penalty. >> the suspect paul ciancia is unresponsive and unable to talk according to the federal bureau of investigation. he was wounded in the face by police officers at the end of the gun battle inside lax terminal 3. a note inside paul ciancia bag gave insight into his frame of mind. >> he made a
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motives to open fire at the los angeles airport. >> the taliban names a new leader a day after pakistan's most wanted man was killed by a u.s. drone. >> when you're hungry, it's hard to learn if you don't have everything you need. >> a lesson from seattle - how students' test scores are rising despite poverty. >> day of the dead - paying homage to the past and preserving a legacy for the future. >>> hello, welcome to al jazeera. i'm morgan radford, live from new york. >> parts of los angeles international airport are still closed nearly 24 hours after a deadly shooting rampage. police are trying to figure out why 23-year-old suspect paul ciancia whipped out an assault rifle, killing a tsa agent and wounding several others. >> investigators are following leads suggesting that paul ciancia had antigovernment sentiment and was targetting the tsa. brian rooney has more. >> cell phone video obtained by tmz caught the moment when panicked travellers at los angeles international airport ran for the door away from the gunm gunman. >> police identified the gunman as paul ciancia, and he pulled an
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Nov 26, 2013 11:00pm EST
a spy 13 years ago in the "the los angeles times." she joins us from santa barba. how was he a big figure for the hollywood studios and spying for israel? >> well, he does them both very well. he does them with a great deal of charm, a kind of boyish almost gamine-like charm and a great deal of determination. when the charm does not work out he knows how to get his way. arnon milchan began his career in the 1950s. he gravitated to a restaurant in tel aviv where interesting people were, and found his politic political n. >> che. these were all men who would become figures in israel. that became his groove. to this day i would argue that chimon pervez is probably his best friend. he built a solid career. part of that business was about the acquirement of arms. >> was he a major arms dealer or was it something he did out of alooejens or friendship for israel? >> well, one precedes the other. arnon milchan's self distribution is, "i am a patriot, i love israel and anything i can do to support israel i will do." that's his perspective and context. through the '70s, '80s, and "90s, he he
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